Quiet Mark Treehouse teams up withe Airflow

Airflow, ventilation, fan

Helping the Quiet Mark Treehouse at this year’s Ideal Home Show operate at ultra-noise levels — just 32 dB(A) — was Airflow’s QuietAir 120 extractor fan. The Quiet Treehouse was developed as a piece of acoustic architecture and a showcase for the latest products to be awarded a Quiet Mark.

The exhibit was also the launch of a partnership between Quiet Mark and John Lewis that aims to evolve consumer understanding of sound quality and develop a new era of sound measurement for products sold at the department store.

The QuietAir extract fan is designed to remove moisture and prevent the build-up of condensation. It saves energy by not starting until two minutes after a room has been occupied.

Steve Bergh, product manager at Airflow, commented, ‘We’re delighted that our QuietAir 120 extractor fan was selected to feature in the Quiet Mark Treehouse. QuietAir is one of the quietest fans on the market today, so it is ideal for any modern home, even the next-generation tree home.’

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